The Armenian Lords in the 13-14th Centuries, by Robert G. Bedrosian, in 170 bookmarked pdf pages. This is an extract of several sections from R. Bedrosian's Ph.D. dissertation, The Turco-Mongol Invasions and the Lords of Armenia in the 13-14th Centuries (Columbia University, 1979), describing the Armenian lords (naxarars) before and during the 13-14th centuries. The full dissertation also is available at Internet Archive. Topics: Abstract; Chapter Three: Armenia's Lords and Their Reactions to the Turco-Mongol Invasions and Domination of the 13-14th Centuries; The Naxarars and the Invasions of the Early 13th Century; Mongol Control Techniques in the 13th Century; Triumph of the Turkmens; Naxarar Reactions to Mongol Control Techniques of the 13-14th Centuries; Conclusions; Appendices: A. Supplementary Notes on the 11-13th Century Naxarars; B. Aspects of Centrifugalism within and among Certain 13-14th Century Naxarardoms; C. Notes on the Relations between the Mongols and the Armenian Church in the 13th Century; Bibliography and Glossary: Sources; Literature; Glossary; Maps in English, Armenian and Russian, by Cyril Toumanoff and Suren T. Eremyan.